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Polls Differ on Where Gubernatorial Candidates Stand

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New poll numbers out this week tell two different stories about the race to become Virginia's next governor.

In a poll released Tuesday, Public Policy Polling has Democrat Terry McAuliffe up 41 to 37 over Republican Ken Cuccinelli, with 7 percent opting for Libertarian Robert Sarvis and 15 percent undecided.

Meanwhile, a poll released Wednesday by Roanoke College puts Cuccinelli up 7 percent over McAuliffe, with a whopping 27 percent undecided.

More governor's race poll data will be released Thursday morning.

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